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It was once said that history is written by the victors, but that changed when something called the internet came along and put endless information at everyone’s fingertips, letting each of us come to our own conclusions. And this idea of uncensored, unfettered access to information was taken to its most extreme with Julian Assange’s website WikiLeaks; a place where secrets didn’t exist.
It’s easy to sit down and think to yourself, “hey, I’ll make something Game Of Thrones-related and put it on YouTube. It’ll be great!”. So often it sucks, but this is not one of those times. Welcome to A Game Of Polls, featuring Julian Assange as John Farnham.
With the Federal Election only a fortnight away, now really isn’t the time to be having internal party divisions and accusations of incompetence. That, however, seems to be what Julian Assange and the Wikileaks Party standing in the 2013 Federal Election seem to be dealing with as a key member quits in a haze of irony.
Julian Assange’s bid for a Federal Senate seat is going smoother than can be expected, after the Australian Electoral Commission reportedly accepted his enrolment as a foreign elector and the registration of the Wikileaks party. Here’s where he’s running and more importantly who he’s running with.